A statement from the theatre said:
"We have been following Government and industry guidance and await further recommendations from these, as well as national health bodies, before reopening. We look forward to welcoming you back and will give audiences full details about all measures in place before we open our doors.
"We will be contacting everyone who has booked tickets for shows during the closure period and are working hard with our partners and visiting companies to reschedule the programme into 2021 so that audiences don’t miss out on the great entertainment that had been planned."
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